Please note, the work of the MPOAC Revenue Study Advisory Committee (RSAC) was completed in 2012. This page is an archive of the web page at the time the committee was active and will not be revised in the future.</
Florida MPO Advisory Council Transportation Revenue Study
The MPOAC is currently conducting a two-year study effort to develop recommendations for addressing the issues of sustainable revenue for surface transportation capital investments and transportation operations in Florida. The objective of the initiative, Analysis of Transportation Revenue Options for Florida, is to develop policy recommendations and suggested legislative approaches to implement a set of revenue measures that address the transportation funding needs in Florida. Recommendations will be provided for the short, medium and long term time horizons. The effort relies on previous work defining surface transportation needs and focuses on the identification of sustainable, innovative and politically acceptable measures to assist in meeting the mobility needs for Floridians.
At its April 26, 2012 meeting, the MPOAC voted to transmit information to the legislature and Governor on the State’s unfunded transportation needs and the 14 options to reduce the funding shortfall and endorsed the top six revenue options for initiation of legislative action to implement those items.
Florida Public Transportation Association
Director of Research and Public Policy
Florida Chamber of Commerce
Janet E. Bowman
Director of Legislative Policy & Strategies
Nature Conservancy of Florida
Florida Transportation Builders Association
Florida League of Cities
Florida Transportation Commission
American Public Works Association Florida Chapter
Florida Airports Council
Richard J. Kaplan
Mayor of Lauderhill
Florida MPO Advisory Council
Assistant Legislative Director
Florida Association of Counties
Mary Lou Rajchel
Chief Executive Officer
Florida Trucking Association
Florida Ports Council
Matthew D. Ubben
Floridians for Better Transportation
Please note, the work of the MPOAC Strategic Directions Advisory Committee was completed and the Strategic Directions Plan was adopted at the April 2016 meeting. This page is an archive of the web page at the time the committee was active and will not be revised in the future.
MPOAC Strategic Directions Planning Process Objective:
The MPOAC is conducting a collaborative strategic planning process with members and stakeholders to ensure organizational effectiveness in meeting member needs and expectations. The result will be a strategic plan that will identify organizational strengths and weaknesses, member and stakeholder perceptions of organizational value, strategic issues challenging the MPOAC and implementation actions for the MPOAC to achieve newly established organizational goals and objectives. The planning process will be guided by a Strategic Directions Advisory Committee (SDAC) comprised of members of both the MPOAC Governing Board and the MPAOC Staff Directors’ Advisory Committee.